The Whole Country is BOGUS – Fabricated Mortgage Assignments All Over the Country

For the past year and a half, I have been examining the public records of Florida, analyzing all of the fraudulent documents that have been entered into the system since the housing crisis began. I have found employees of lenders assigning mortgages to their employer, I have found companies assigning mortgages to themselves, by themselves. I have seen many variations of financial institutions employees’ signatures on hundreds, if not thousands of documents. I have seen people that are officers of too many banks, and I have been unable to verify the existance of certain notaries who sign millions of these documents.

Now, we are seeing BOGUS assignments all over the Florida public records.  At first I though it was some kind of joke. Well it is, and the joke is on all of us. Doesn’t anyone look at these papers before filing them? Do the courts even care they are allowing peoples homes to be taken away by some BOGUS document?

This is much more than a clerical error. It is outright blatant fraud.

How massive is it?

Well, in just a few hours of perusing the public records of this country, we were able to come up with these BOGUS DocX assignments from multiple counties of multiple states. While we were at it, we found some Bogus Satisfactions of Mortgage as well. To top it off, not only do the assignments say they are bogus, most of the signatures do not match from one to the next.

Some counties and states do not have their records online and some counties and states require you to pay leaving them inaccessible at the moment.

Below are examples of what was found in just a few hours of research. Just imagine what would be found if official audits were performed.

States Examined; Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Illinois, Michigan, and Nevada.

Yes, these are on the extreme end of the  fraud spectrum, but what if all of those “official” looking assignments were just as bogus as these?

One of the most infamous “vice presidents”, Erica Johnson-Seck, who signed thousands of these “official” assignments, confesses the role she (and others?) played in the creation of similar documents in her deposition that is posted here … (takes a moment to load)

To top it all off, the Florida Bankers Association now wants to change Florida to a NON Judicial state with the bill in the link below that I urge all to understand.

The Florida Consumer Protection and Homeowner Credit Rehabilitation Act

Anyway, you decide…

Where are the damn Feds…


UPDATE 02/25/10 Investigations Started

—> Lender Processing Services, Inc. – FORM 10-K – EX-21.1 – February 23, 2010 Legal Proceedings <—

UPDATE 04/03/10 WSJ Reports on Bogus!

—> WSJ Picks Up on Bogus – U.S. Probes Foreclosure-Data Provider Lender Processing Services Docx <—

UPDATE 04/29/10

Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum Launches Investigations into Florida Default Law Group and Docx, LLC a/k/a Lender Processing Services

UPDATE 04/29/10

WSJ is Watching – Foreclosure Lawyers Face New Heat In Florida


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55 Responses to “The Whole Country is BOGUS – Fabricated Mortgage Assignments All Over the Country”
  1. Ruth says:


    I have posted info here on 4closurefraud before, and I want to post this information again in hopes it reaches more people re: some documents filed into the county record in my foreclosure case by a “signer” who wears many hats and works for many financial corporations. His name is “Darren Bronaugh”. It seems aweful strange that he signs as the VP of many corporations in different states, by different notaries all claiming to know him, and some claiming to know he is the VP for more than one company at the same time! He has signed as Vice President and Assistant VP of the following companies: Specialized Loan Servicing LLC, MERS, U.S. Bank National Association, Wachovia Bank, and Chevy Chase Bank. I have copies of docs filed in my own case by this man AND all the aforementioned companies. Anyone with MERS on their Deeds of Trust (which includes most of us!) may like to see the one I found where this man signs as the VICE PRESIDENT OF MERS, and as ‘nominee of Chevy Chase Bank’. According to MERS website, Darren Bronaugh is NOT the VP OF MERS as of June 2010!! Just go to MERS’ website ( and the link for their executives: ) and you can see who is the Executive VP, the Senior VP, and the VP… Dan McLaughlin, Executive Vice President & Product Division Manager; Bill Hultman, Senior Vice President & Corporate Division Manager; and Douglas Danko, Vice President, Customer Group Manager. You can also call MERS and ask who their Vice President is if you want: Phone: (800) 646-6377. I have seen Darren Bronaugh’s name as a signer of more companies online (but did not print out, although I am trying to locate them since I know I saved them) from the following companies: Countrywide Home Loans, WaMu, Bank of America, and a few others. My hope is that once the word gets out and enough people can confirm this signer is committing fraud, it will help to render many of our foreclosures null and void! Maybe you may have a doc you can share with me to substantiate fraud in my case, too! Email me and I will send what I have to you:

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